- Half Board
- In Resort Centre
- Wellness area
- Children's film at 7pm
Thomas Eggler and his family have been welcoming guests to the Arlberghaus since 1931. The hotel has an enviable location and places emphasis on exceptional service and high standards.
2 minutes' walk to the ski lift
Ski school meeting point outside
Ice skating rink behind hotel
All rooms have a minibar, hairdryer, safe, cable TV, WiFi and bathrobes.
Twin room - sleeps 2- Austrian twin beds, private shower and WC.
Superior twin room - sleeps 2-3- Austrian twin beds, extra single sofa bed when booked for three, private bath and WC.
Deluxe twin room - sleeps 2-4 (max 3 adults or 3 adults and 1 child up to 18 years)- Austrian twin beds, extra double sofa bed when booked for three or four, private bath and WC.
Single room - sleeps 1- Single bed, private shower and WC.
Cots are available to hire, free of charge, on request.
Austrian twin beds: One large bed frame containing two single mattresses, each with their own bedding.
Lounge and bar
Extra charge for weekly wine tasting
Sauna, steam room, infrared cabin and fitness room
Extra charge for massage
Cinema with blu-ray and games console
Children's film at 7pm
Extra charge for babysitting on request
Weekly ski guiding with hotel owner
Lift to all floors
Hot and cold buffet breakfast
après snack (3-5pm)
5-course evening meal with a choice of main course and daily salad buffet and cheese board early supper option (6pm)
weekly Austrian buffet
weekly fondue evening
Many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals.
Forget Lech and St Anton. This is the exclusive spot of Austrian skiing - and it's nowhere near as showy. This is understated wealth. Posh hotels, top restaurants and restrained nightlife. Even the ski school is exclusive, since most instructors are hired privately or by the same clients each year. There is beautiful scenery, although the village of Zürs doesn't have quite the same charm as Lech. To maintain pristine slopes (and just a touch of exclusivity), only 14,000 skiers are allowed on the slopes at any one time. That's about the combined total of all of Lech and Zürs' residents, so no riff-raff, please…
The skiing is extensive - 110km locally, with another 150km provided by the 'Arlberg Ski' pass (this gives additional access to St. Anton and St. Christoph). Snow reliability is superb, while the skiing is mostly for intermediates. Experts have plenty of off-piste and there are better tough runs in Zürs than Lech. Beginners have good nursery slopes, but the other terrain is challenging – Zürs is not really the best place for skiers to learn. Boarders might suggest a few improvements for the nightlife, but this is a great spot for them to learn and improve.
Overall, Zürs is an even posher enclave within an already posh area. Lech has allowed itself into the package holiday brochures - Zürs wouldn't dream of it…
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• Zürs 126, 6763 Lech, Austria
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